Incinerators are often used to dispose of waste by burning it at high temperatures. While this can be an effective method for reducing the volume of waste, experts are warning about the potential health risks associated with diesel burn in incinerators.
According to experts, the burning of waste using diesel fuel releases harmful pollutants into the air. These pollutants can include particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, and volatile organic compounds. When inhaled, these pollutants can contribute to a range of health issues, including respiratory problems, cardiovascular diseases, and even cancer.
Impact on Communities
Communities located near incinerators that use diesel burn are particularly at risk. Residents living in close proximity to these facilities may experience increased rates of asthma, lung infections, and other respiratory illnesses. Children and the elderly are especially vulnerable to the effects of air pollution from incinerators.
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